What's the best thing about Leeds Carnival?
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Leeds Carnival: Two regulars give their personal highlights

As the 50th Leeds West Indian Carnival draws near, two regular attendees have described why the event is the best of its kind in Britain.

Up to 150,000 people are expected to turn out on the streets of Chapeltown over the August bank holiday weekend.

Sanchez Payne and Malloy Lawrence, from Chapeltown, discuss the culture, food, drink, dancing and what it means to them.

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